This tri-fold pamphlet shows how to use a late model Cine-Kodak Model B's 75mm telephoto lens.
The lens that came packaged with the camera was 25mm and this 75mm could be bought separately.
Published by the Eastman Kodak Company and date coded July, 1928.
All of the f stop formulas you see here are obsolete. This was back in the days of 4 - 8 ISO film stock. Modern stocks, or those made the time of this upload 2016, are 100 ISO and higher. You will need a neutral density filter on the lens and on a light meter to shoot film with these cameras.
The original pamphlet was scanned at 600 dpi. The TIF files where minimally retouched and compiled into the PDF used for this upload. Please do not remove the bookplate from the files.
For more 1920s to 1930s Kodak 16mm, still photography and general moving picture ephemera be sure to check out my other uploads here on archive.org. All are scanned and gently retouched at 600 dpi.